Treasure Island

Andrey FishtMirniy

(12/06/1978 / RUSSIA)

Dejavu.


I watch again dejavu,
You staring stright inside my eyes,
I swear, you I recognize,
I feel forgotten skies.
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Dejavu-forget you should,
But I love, as if again,
Dejavu-forgive my look,
Love old story that anew.
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We need no useless words,
It must be love again,
We've met together in the worlds,
Let's take this chance,
Let's take!
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Don't lose this dream,
Please, don't wake up,
I feel, you feel,
We feel two hearts.
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I watch again dejavu,
We've got a chance to try,
My thoughts are all about you,
We feel two beating hearts.
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Dejavu-I see your eyes,
It must be love again,
Dejavu-forgotten skies,
We'll try, we'll do, we may!
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I watch again dejavu,
You staring stright inside my eyes,
I swear, you I recognize,
I feel forgotten skies.

Submitted: Thursday, January 03, 2013
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